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Going east as well as south an option for railway, says report

Transport
Newcastleton.

Plea for better notice of roadworks in south west of Borders

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Hawick and Hermitage councillor Davie Paterson surveying the state of the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

New enterprise agency could put Borders on road to better future, meeting told

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The A68 was closed for almost three hours north of Carter Bar after a motorcyclist was involved in a collision with a deer.

Motorcyclist in hospital after collision with deer on A68 near Camptown

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The A7 was closed for around two hours near Newmill following the collision.

Collision closed A7 for two hours

Crime

Man admits Walkerburn Bowling Club arson attack

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Galalaw Road in Hawick.

Hawick woman admits making threats to kill

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Selkirk Sheriff Court.

Kelso man ordered to pay £200 compensation to dad for damage to car

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Sarah McGill.

Borderer back in court in US over child sex charge

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Plans agreed that could lead to four Borders high schools being replaced

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St Margaret's RC Primary School in Hawick.

Council to press ahead with closure of Hawick school

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Hawick High School is one of four secondary schools in the region in line to be replaced within the next 15 years.

Four Borders high schools need replacing or major repairs within next 15 years, report reveals

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St Margaret's RC Primary School in Hawick.

Fate of Hawick primary school to be decided this week

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Hawick and Denholm councillor Clair Ramage with Billy O'Neill, a lollipop man at the town's Wilton Primary School.

Borders children’s lives could be at risk if school crossing patrols cut, council told

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Going east as well as south an option for railway, says report

Transport
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson outside Peter Scott's old premises where vandals have broken windows.

New lease of life looms for old knitwear plant

Business
From left, Judith Johnston of sponsor Lucas Ingredients, Hawick butcher James Pringle and employee Paul Ferguson.

Hawick butcher goes for gold five times over at awards

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Newcastleton.

Plea for better notice of roadworks in south west of Borders

News

Going east as well as south an option for railway, says report

Transport
Hawick High School.

Plans agreed that could lead to four Borders high schools being replaced

News
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson outside Peter Scott's old premises where vandals have broken windows.

New lease of life looms for old knitwear plant

Business
St Margaret's RC Primary School in Hawick.

Council to press ahead with closure of Hawick school

News
Newcastleton.

Plea for better notice of roadworks in south west of Borders

News

Blogger attacks spring netting

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The volunteers ready for their litter-picking campaign.

It’s tidy, keep it that way

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Councillor urges community to help tackle dog fouling in graveyards

News

New lease of life looms for old knitwear plant

Business
Eating healthy foods could help reduce your risk of cancer.

Reduce your risk of cancer – and watch for signs and symptoms

Health
Doddie Weir, centre, with, from left, alumni players Chris Weir, David Ireland, Hamish Dykes and Hamish Weir at Peffermill.

Game raises almost £9,000 for Borders rugby legend Doddie Weir’s research charity

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Professor Sir Ian Wilmut in 2016.

Borders scientist Ian Wilmut reveals Parkinson’s diagnosis

Health
Business card...has been created as part of FEAT's upcoming fifth anniversary in May, highlighting the sepsis warning signs people should be aware of.

Video: Sepsis - 20 second-long video could save your life

Health